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Few countries in Africa have developed themselves better for visitors than Kenya, who, in addition to offering wildlife safaris and glamping resorts, also has a capital city (Nairobi) that’s one of the cultural centers of the continent.

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The biggest draw outside the city is Tsavo East National Park, and we’ll give you inside tips on how to visit it best.

We’ll also guide you through Nairobi, showing you the best places to eat, drink, stay, and learn about the local culture. Never tried fermented porridge? You’ll learn all about it in the pages below, as well as why you should visit the Swahili Coast. And we’ll also educate you on the people of the Lower Omo valley — and why their vanishing way of life is worth a look as well.


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